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Cradle to Grave Approach to Supply Chain Management Can Reduce Costs, Eliminate Problems

The very monotonous nature of the supply chain presents a unique opportunity for supply chain managers that few are aware of and even fewer use to their full advantage. Day after day, week after week, and year after year, companies go through the same processes of acquiring raw materials, shipping them to manufacturing facilities, turning…
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U.S Company Abbott to Expand Pharma Operations to Russia in its Latest Acquisition

According to a report by Forbes, “Global healthcare major Abbott Laboratories has agreed to acquire Russian pharmaceutical company Veropharm for between 13.6 billion and 17 billion rubles ($395 million – $495 million) in an all-cash deal. Veropharm is one of the leading generic drug manufacturers in Russia and the deal is likely to give Abbott…
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Ebay’s Supply Chain Just Got Better

Ebay hopes to make selling to overseas buyers from China more affordable and streamlined. That’s why they just partnered up with Winit Corporation, a logistics service provider in Shanghai. The two companies signed an agreement for Winit Corporation to provide eBay with supply chain services. This will facilitate faster delivery of goods from warehouses to…
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Bill Gates Goes Nuclear

Do Tariffs Really Work? Small businesses are getting caught in the crossfire in the trade wars between the US and China. Tariffs imposed on products from Chinese manufacturers are borne by the US-based business importing the goods, meaning businesses are seeing their cost of goods increase approximately 25% just from tariffs. The US is not…
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Port of Baltimore Set to Reopen

Port of Baltimore Set to Reopen After having a container ship crash into and pretty much demolish the bridge and block the important shipping channel, the Port of Baltimore shipping channel is set to reopen after a LOT of hard work to remove the debris. US Customs Crack Down on Brokers of Cheap Online Orders…
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